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Graceland by Tim McLaughlin


by Tim McLaughlin

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When it comes to biblical subjects you want your students to grasp (and grasp early), grace is at the top of the list. Yet when it comes to biblical subjects that are slippery and tough to understand–for teenagers and adults alike–grace is at the top of that list, too.

“Grace” is too often tossed around like everybody has a lock on its meaning and significance–but you know better. There are jewels in that word so many people never see. Gems. Depths and heights surrounding grace that must be explored. If only you could help your students understand and apply what so many people just plain don’t get.

Welcome to Graceland. If you’re looking to communicate all the deep, historical particulars of God’s unmerited favor–viewed from many angles and perspectives–this insightful, informative, and perennially practical curriculum is indeed your ticket for the journey from the lost to found.

What’s Inside?
First, you get a 7-song CD by Lost and Found–a favorite musical duo with thousands of youth workers and their students around the country–and the inspiration for this curriculum! Each song on the CD corresponds to a teaching session and can be used as an exciting jumping-off point for your discussions.

Seven substantial sessions that are as engaging as they are innovative. Instead of the traditional curriculum format–game, Bible study, talk, discussion, closing–Graceland offers a grab-bag of user-friendly resource clusters that you can employ to flesh out your session however you choose.

The heart of each session is a wisdom-filled, biblically focused, insightful narrative lesson that’s bolstered by a running column of handy summary facts that neatly tie together what you’re teaching–and a quick glance at them when it’s time to talk will give you all the crib notes you’ll need!

Speaking of the sessions, they unpack grace in all its multifaceted glory: Free, Mysterious, Present, Transforming, and Constant. (Now that’s more depth than adults are usually asked to digest!)

Whether you’re a youth worker, Sunday school teacher, camp counselor, or small group leader, you know that grace is more than something for nothing–it’s a way of living. The best way of living. Because it’s how God wants us to know him and relate to him…in a state of grace. Help your kids get there by taking a fee ride to Graceland.

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